The foreskin or prepuce is a flexible sheath of skin with a fine mucosal inner surface.
The foreskin or prepuce is a flexible sheath of skin with a fine mucosal inner surface.
There are both surgical and non surgical methods for Foreskin Restoration. If one is interested in this it is advised to seek the advice of a professional physician to see what the best options are. One can access the 'srsmiami' website to request information from Dr. Harold Reed.
Go and see a qualified medical practitioner (a Doctor).
Answer 1 Yes It is an obligation for males to be circumcised not only in Islam but also in Judaism. It was God command to prophet Abraham (or Ibrahim) to circumcise his male children. Answer 2 No. it is not an obligation to be circumcised in either Islam Or for that mater Judaism. And as both the Jewish and the Islam tradition are a response to instructions given in the Torah. there are many Jews… Read More
The foreskin is a reasonably sensitive piece of equipment and this can be caused by irritants such as harsh cleaning agents. not cleaning and drying your penis properly perhaps a minor infection. these thing usualy clear up rapidly by just cleaning and drying. or applying a medicated creme. If the problem persists though seek the advice of a foreskin friendly doctor.
No NO NO The foreskin* of most newborn boys is stuck to the glans and cannot be retracted. Forcible retraction can result in tearing, scarring and infection, with the result that circumcision may become medically necessary because of the consequent damage. A boy will retract his foreskin when he is ready to do so, and it is normal for this to happen any time between the ages of 3 and mid-teens. After the foreskin has… Read More
There is no public information on whether or not Danial Radcliff has a foreskin. This type of information is usually not released to the general public.
No it does not
The glans of the intact penis is soft and thin skinned. the erogenous nerves are very close to the surface which is a distinctly pleasurable thing during sex. The foreskin keeps it slightly moist and protected from the outside. it looks shiny because that is what nature meant it to be, the surface of the glans work in cooperation with the mucous inner surface of the foreskin. to make the manipulation of the penis in… Read More
you mean smegma I would assume "Sphagnum" is a type of moss and you should definitely not have that under your foreskin. Smegma on the other hand is a white waxy material that can collect under the foreskin of men or boys that don retract their foreskin and wash the glans and the area behind it on a regular basis.If you feel there is too much there I suggest you get your foreskin retracting easily… Read More
No as a mater of fact it should feel good. If you have a very tight foreskin then that could be the problem . all you need are some foreskin stretching exercises.
The glans penis are covered and protected by the Prepuce (foreskin)
foreskin is a highly enervated part of the penis and plays a big part in sexual pleasure.
There is one thing you have left to try. You can try just walking away and see if she follows.
ideally yes that way as you start to move the condom tends to take on the proportional position required for it to roll back and forth over the glans within the condom. just make sure you have the required length of condom.
It's on the penis. Anyone circumcised no longer has a foreskin.
No it will not ever fall of it plays an important part in the function of the penis for the whole of a mans life. The removal of the foreskin is done for religious and cultural reasons. the removal of the foreskin for genuine medical reasons is a very rare event indeed. between 15 and 20% OF THE WORLDS MALES HAVE HAD THEIR PENIS MUTILATED BY CIRCUMCISION.
The foreskin of a baby is the same as that of a man except that at that early age the penis is not yet fully developed and is stil fused to the glans penis (much like a finger nail to the finger. in time it will release from the glans to be come a useful part of the penis. The foreskin of a male is a protective double sheath of skin that when it is… Read More
The foreskin of a male is a protective double sheath of skin that when it is fully formed and properly released from the glans penis acts as both protection from damage and disease and makes sexual intercourse and masturbation more pleasant for both the male and the female. the inside part of the foreskin is lined with mucous membrane that protects the outer skin which is also mucous membrane of the glans penis. the result… Read More
There is no reason to think that a man who is not circumcised would have any problems as a result when he gets older. Consider that around 85% of the men in the world have intact genitalia ( are not circumcised) when they live and die and that should be a pretty good indicator of the true situation. I personally am just about 65 now and have an intact penis that works just fine and… Read More
The natural answer to this is that the foreskin should begin to retract of its own accord when it is erect. It should be able to roll easily backwards and forwards over the glans. If this is not the case it would be advisable to do some foreskin loosening exercise to make this happen. this will allow you to clean under it and it will allow you you enjoy the full sexual stimulation offered by… Read More
Yes it is supposed to be very sensitive Both the glans and the inner foreskin is very highly enervated so for those that have only just manged to expose the glans this area of the penis is almost painfully sensitive. Don't be concerned however as the sensitivity will become manageable in a fairly short time. The foreskin will help protect the sensitivity of the glans and will keep the penis capable of more pleasure for… Read More
Circumcision is the surgical removal of the foreskin. After a circumcision, there IS no foreskin to pull back. And like ANY surgery, yes, there is pain.
it does not so much tighten with age. but if it is not regularly retracted it may tend to not want to come back over the glans as easily. t needs to be flexed in order to maintain its flexibility.
That is a difficult question to answer as there may be several reasons for something like this to happen. A normal foreskin on an adult should be able to be pulled back easily to expose the glans penis. and when engaged in sexual intercourse the foreskin moves back and forth as the penis is pushed forward and withdrawn. The same situation exists when masturbating, the hand pulls the foreskin back and forth over the glans… Read More
The foreskin needs to be pulled back regularly for it to maintain its looseness. Pulling it back once a day when having a shower or bath is enough to keep it operating properly. It is difficult to ascertain what the reason here is but one reason might be that if he is getting assistance with his cleaning routine . his helper is nor pulling back the foreskin to clean under it. You may consider this… Read More
Answer: For men and boys with a tight foreskin that can not be pulled back to uncover the head of the penis, this problem can be easily fixed by gradually stretching the foreskin over a period of weeks. Stretching the foreskin works in more than 9 out of 10 cases, making surgery to the penis and most certainly circumcision, unnecessary. Keep in mind that it is normal for infants and children to have a tight… Read More
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That indicates that you need to do foreskin stretching exercises.
You don't at least not if you want to preserve the way it feels. The foreskin of the adults penis should be able to move freely back past the glans and forward over it to protect it from harm. Some foreskins are longer then others but the one thing they all have in common and that is the band at the end of the foreskin where it narrows just before doubling under its self over… Read More
You cannot train it to stay retracted because it was designed by nature to cover the end of the penis to protect it and keep it sensitive. It is serving it's purpose just fine the way it is and when it is time for sexual activity it will retract temporarily during such use. As a mater of fact not only does it retract it rolls back and forth during sex ans masturbation reducing the need… Read More
I would say China Either that or India. neither of these country's have circumcision as a part of their culture to have intact genitalia is as normal as having all your fingers left on. If you were to ask which country has the highest percentage of men that are genitally intact though you would have to steer away from English speaking cultures, the middle east and other Muslim cultures and look toward Europe in general… Read More
Usually by the time you are a teenager the foreskin has released form the glans so all he has to do is jank it around for a while and loosen it of. stretch it in other words . it may take a little time but you should get there. if you are sure that there is stil adhesion between the foreskin and the glans I suggest you go and see a Foreskin friendly doctor to… Read More
You don't, and unless there is a medical problem you don't want to. If you have some concerns, tell your doc the next time you have a check-up. Don't be shy about it; you don't have anything your doc hasn't seen.
In a culture that approves of it it is called circumcision in those that don't the majority cal it genital mutilation.
it means that you have some sort of infection. Most infections in that area are easily dealt with with just simple hygiene. however if you are sexually active it would be advisable to have a talk with your doctor about it and forgo sexual activity until you are cleared.
Genital herpes tend to develop within 3 to 7 days of skin-to-skin contact with an infected person. This is known as the incubation period. Infections look like a rashmade up of small blisters or ulcers (round areas of broken skin) on the genitals. Each blister or ulcer is typically only 1 to 3 millimeters (1/32 inch to 1/8th inch) in size, and the blisters or ulcers tend to be grouped into "crops." Usually the blisters… Read More
No. if you have herpes you will know about it in no uncertain terms
In male human anatomy, the foreskin is a double-layered fold of smooth muscle tissue, blood vessels, neurons, skin, and mucous membrane that covers and protects the glans penis and the urinary meatus when the penis is not erect. It is also described as the prepuce, a technically broader term that also includes the clitoral hood in women, to which the foreskin is embryonically homologous. The highly innervated mucocutaneous zone of the penis occurs near the… Read More
The foreskin is a double-layered fold of smooth muscle tissue, blood vessels, neurons, skin, and mucous membrane that covers and protects the glans penis and the urinary meatus when the penis is not erect. It is also described as the prepuce, a technically broader term that also includes the clitoral hood in women, to which the foreskin is embryonically homologous. The highly innervated mucocutaneous zone of the penis occurs near the tip of the foreskin… Read More
Common causes of a swollen foreskin are infection, irritation, trauma, allergy, and contact dermatitis. If your foreskin is swollen, see a health care provider for accurate diagnosis and effective treatment.
If your foreskin is swollen the it would seem you may have an infectionsugest you seek medical advice if it does not reduce.
Yes, In female human anatomy, the clitoral hood (also called preputium clitoridis and clitoral prepuce) is a fold of skin that surrounds and protects the glans of the clitoris; it also covers the external shaft of the clitoris, develops as part of the labia minora and is homologous with the foreskin (equally called prepuce) in male genitals. The clitoral hood, like the foreskin, is composed of muccocutaneous tissues; these tissues are between the mucosa and… Read More
The prepuce is a special fold of highly erogenous and flexible skin in mammals that covers the glans penis which is at the leading end of the penis . In males, it is also known as the foreskin, while in females it is called the clitoral hood and covers the clitoris the prepuce protects the glans and acts as a natural lubricating tissue which makes sexual intercourse and masturbation more pleasant the removal of the… Read More
As a medical professional specializing in men's health, I can definitively say this: circumcision is child abuse. Dude named Kellogg (yes, the cereal guy) was the major force behind the pro-snip movement in the US, and he advocated it as a way of quelling masturbation, and frankly, he was a Victorian nutjob. The procedure has no medical basis except in rare, extreme circumstances, and all the arguments about cleanliness can be solved with soap, use… Read More
If you want to have uncut penis, you have to avoid circumcision.
Every Bris Milah must be performed by a properly trained and certified Mohel (Ritual Circumciser). A Mohel is formally trained both in circumcision techniques as well as in Jewish law and tradition. While he certainly must be expert in the latest medically approved surgical and sterilization procedures, being a Mohel requires much more than surgical and medical skill. Jewish law sees the moment of Bris Milah (Brit-Milah) as having a great spiritual impact upon the… Read More
Once it is gone there is nothing you can do to get the original and correctly working foreskin back. However many men that were circumcised against their will as infants and children have undergone what is known as foreskin restoration. Google "foreskin restoration" To find out more about this. Some of these restoration regimes require som special equipment and creams to help stretch the penile shaft skin to a point where it will once again… Read More
For men and boys with a tight foreskin that can not be pulled back to uncover the head of the penis, this problem can be easily fixed by gradually stretching the foreskin over a period of weeks. Stretching the foreskin works in more than 9 out of 10 cases, making surgery to the penis and most certainly circumcision, unnecessary. Keep in mind that it is normal for infants and children to have a tight foreskin… Read More
By no means. Circumcision has been known to offer virtually complete protection from penile cancer. According to a recent review article in the New England Journal of Medicine, none of the over 1,600 persons studied with this cancer had been circumcised in infancy. In the words of researchers Cochen and McCurdy, the incidence of penile cancer in the U.S. is "essentially zero" among circumcised men. Also, research at Johns Hopkins University Medical School in Baltimore… Read More
There are ways of holding it back for a time. However I would suggest it is a harmful thing to do the foreskin is designed to protect the glans and interference with its natural function is both bad for the glans and the the pleasure to be gained from sexual intercourse and masturbation.
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In the first place you should understand that the foreskin is an important part of the function of the penis and removing or forcing the foreskin to stay back exposing the glans is not healthy for it or the glans. that said the way to hold it back is to simply pull it back and place a n adhesive plaster around it for what ever time it takes for it to fix into position. once… Read More
hard to say with out seeing them however this sot of thing is usually easily cleared up by simply cleaning and making sure it is dry.
yes it is the best way, when you have intact genitals you will note that the foreskin will stil want to move back and forth inside the condom though, and that is a good thing.
yes you can. look up foreskin stretching exercises.or Foreskin restoration.
I have stretched my foreskin to be 3 inches longer than my erect penis It all depends on the natural length of the foreskin. a stretching regime is able to stretch it to unnatural and unnecessary extremes until it reaches the floor.
It should be able to be pulled back till the skin lays flat on the shaft of the penis and the glans or head of the penis is not pull down. Any amount that will leave the glans completely free of skin will be enough to clean all the folds of skin behind the rim of the glans.
in the Muslim country's of the middle East where nearly 100% are circumcised for religious/cultural reasons. In Israel where it is done for religious reasons and in the USA where many children are mutilated by pediatricians that claim there are health benefits. fortunately the custom is reducing there,
The majority of males in the world are not circumcised so it would stand to reason that the majority either don't have an opinion on the subject or don't prefer circumcised men.In any case the intact penis works better and is less likely to cause problems to both the male and female. have Women generally seem to think it looks better. However women who otherwise support it usually prefer it and those who don't otherwise… Read More
The same way you would if you did have a foreskin.
It is common for some foreskins to not retract fully. As long as it doesn't affect any functioning of the penis, and doesn't hurt during sex or masturbation, there is no problem at all.
There are no reasons to unless there are religious or medical reasons as if you can't pull it back and clean and then you might just need a partial circumcision. There are risks and as an adult it takes longer to heal. See more in related link below.
No. However sexologist Dr Robert Chartham anecdotally observed that some uncircumcised males appear to have underdeveloped glans while no circumcised males do. Perhaps the foreskin restricts growth of that part of the penis for some.
Yes, they do, but it is NOT a religious requirement in Islam. It is customary and widely practiced, but basically for purposes of hygiene, not religion.
12 is around 2 flacid and up to 4 erect
Good question. It could be that they're just used to it.
Yes, and circumcision is the best way to fix it.
Circumcision is very unusual in Australia. Except for Jews and Muslims who do it for religious and cultural reasons. some circumcisions are still done by the indigenous people of Australia. Circumcision is generally discouraged by the medics of Australia and is seen as harmful to the health of a man. I am talking about male circumcision!!! It has been abandoned almost everywhere except the Middle East and the USA. It also holds a religious role… Read More
they don't, at least they don't for any practical , sexual performance or health related reason, On the contrary Circumcision is in fact harmful and counter productive No medical authority's would recommend this procedure except under very in very rare circumstanced where this is done to treat a condition that can not be handled in any other way. Circumcision is a religious and cultural custom .
There is no hard and fast rule, for some it is quite short showing the end of the glans even when the penis is flaccid, yet for others it may totally cover the glans and go well beyond.
The foreskin of the penis (the Prepuce) is a tube of skin with special properties that extends out from the skin that covers the penis shaft and covers the glans penis to protect it from injury and the possibility of infection. the foreskin is made from an especially pliable and malleable tissue with an inner lining of mucous membrane that is similar to the membrane inside the eyelids and lips that cover protect and lubricate… Read More
Just keep it clean and reasonably dry. Needles to say if the tear is to big it, may be worth your while to consult a foreskin friendly physician.
Make an appointment with your doctor and he or she will guide you through the process.
Indeed the clitoris has a tissue covering but not a foreskin, some what similar in manner but on a smaller scale it is commonly called a hood but it is similar in structure and purpose.
No, in the world most men are not circumcised.
No It does not. The foreskin is a major erogenous zone with thousands of pleasure giving nerves these disappear along with the foreskin. The foreskin also protects the feeing sensitivity of the glans. Without it the glans harden dry out and becomes progressively less sensitive. The fact is you will feel the penis less if it is circumcised even while having sex or masturbating.
While there is some evidence to suggest that uncircumcised men stand a slightly higher chance of getting AIDS, this shouldn't be a consideration. Anyone who has unprotected sex, without a condom, can get it. What you do and with who varies the risk, but any exchange of any body fluid carries some risk.
Good question. Usually, it's Judaism that performs most circumcisions for conversions.
As long as it's not stuck everything is fine. just pull it out again. It's if you get it stuck you can get problems. Then it can get swollen and stuck there. You then need to see a doctor if you can't roll it back yourself. There seems to be a lot of conjecture about this especially in the USA where knowledge regarding the foreskin and the glans is abysmal even among many of its… Read More
A lump on your foreskin could be a tumor. You should have it checked out as soon as you can. It could just be a sore, but it's better to be safe than sorry. GO TO THE DOCTOR!!!!!
Circumcision is NOT cheap and it's NOT covered by insurance.
phimosis: narrowing of the opening of the foreskin (prepuce) over the glans penis This can be overcome with simple foreskin stretching exercises. Phimosis phimosis If the foreskin becomes narrowed to the point where it cannot be comfortably retracted, it is a condition called phimosis. There are several different techniques that could be used to alleviate this, including stretching, steroid cream, or circumcision. But if you are having trouble retracting your foreskin, you should have it… Read More
many Jews see it as a religious requirement. It was no doubt introduced to set them apart from gentiles.
Luke 2:21 [ Jesus Presented in the Temple ] On the eighth day, when it was time to circumcise him, he was named Jesus, the name the angel had given him before he had been conceived. Hope this answers your Question. Just spend some time and continue reading. You will find many nice things... Remi
Here's what I've found after a quick search... Here's a discussion on the men's site AskMen which asks readers if they agree with circumcision - with 1,300 replies, there's sure to be plenty of first-hand opinion: http://ca.askmen.com/daily/blogs/health/is-circumcision-ethical.html Here's a blog post about circumcision on the US News & World Report site, it also has 66 comments with plenty of first-hand opinions: http://health.usnews.com/blogs/on-women/2009/08/31/should-circumcision-become-public-health-policy.html Here's a blog written by a British doctor with a post about circumcision… Read More
Another name for the prepuce is the foreskin.
I met a late 40's male in L. A. in the mid 1990's. He had a very thick long penis. His prepuce retracted well and had over 2.5" excess dangling thick overhanging skin past piss slit flaccid and beyond 1.5 extra inch errect. He told me he won a foreskin length contest as runner up to someone else at a bar in L.A.
You have to be a trained doctor to do that.
the severing of the frenulum is a part of the genital mutilation of the male known as circumcision. This is a religious rite that involves the removal of the prepuce (foreskin) from the penis.
Every synagogue should have a Rabbi knowledgable of such things. Part of a Rabbi's training is performing the ceremony, so you will have to make arrangements. I always thought it was a simple matter of going to the nearest Synagogue.
You are born with them as an infant. If you don't have one it is because you were circumcised at birth or an age you don't remember.
In general, if you have a foreskin, you should not leave it retracted for extended periods of time. It can constrict the blood flow into the penis and lead to complications such as gangrene. If you cannot retract it, you need to see your doctor as soon as possible, since like above, it can lead to some pretty serious complications. If you end up in that situation it is a simple matter of grabbing the… Read More
An uncut penis (intact) still has its original foreskin left intact, and not removed, whereas a "cut" penis (circumcised) is the opposite, and the foreskin has been removed.
It's possible, but it's best to get circumcised. any skin iritation can be treated would you cut of your finger because it has askin iritation?
a circumcised penis means that part or all of the foreskin has been removed. uncircumcised obviously means that guy still has the foreskin. This is like asking what is the difference between having an arm cut of or not having it cut of. Naturally there are advantages in having your arm cut of for instance you only have to wash one hand, so you should really ask "How Does Circumcision Harm"? The "medical" debate about… Read More
You need to see a doctor, because it's either an infection or a rash.
Circumcision is the amputation of the foreskin.
; Galatians 5:2 : Behold, I Paul, say unto you, that if ye be circumcised, Christ shall profit you nothing. ; Colossians 2:10-11 : Ye are complete in him ... In whom also ye are circumcised with the circumcision made without hands ... by the circumcision of Christ.
There is no reason for a person to be circumcised aside from satisfying some religious need, or in rare circumstances where there is a clear medical indication. These circumstances almost never affect infants. No doubt the custom became entrenched in the first place as a result of poor hygiene practices among children and men.
If there is no medical need, and you are doing it to your son for no reason except that most do it, let me urge you to consider not doing it at all, and letting him keep the body he was born with. Let him decide later if he wants his foreskin removed. If your son is under a doctor's care and the procedure is necessary, then by all means move on it. Talk with… Read More